Spy vs. Spy is a wordless comic strip published in Mad magazine. It features two agents involved in espionage activities, one is dressed in white, and the other in black, but they are otherwise identical, and are particularly known for their long, birdlike beaks. The pair are constantly at war with each other, using a variety of booby-traps to inflict harm on the other. The spies usually alternate between victory and defeat with each new strip. A parody of the political ideologies of the Cold War, the strip was created by Cuban expatriate cartoonist Antonio Prohías, and debuted in Mad #60, dated January 1961.
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"Spy vs. Spy: The Complete Casebook" is a 2001 paperback book collecting all of Antonio Prohias's MAD cartoons, as well as extensive biographical articles, interviews, unpublished sketchwork, etc. This, OTOH, looks like a CBR file with pirated scans of all his Spy vs. Spy cartoons in order (which you can tell from the scanner's logo on the final page). Still impressive work, but not the right book.